Bullying in childhood is under-recognised as a cause of significant distress that affects physical and mental health, social relationships and school achievement. This may lead to increased health needs and contact with health care professionals. Here at Warwick Medical School researchers are seeking new ways of helping to address the needs of bullied children and their families. As part of this research we are interested in the views of parents about whether they would feel comfortable in their child being asked about bullying when they attend the GP, and whether you believe GPs should play a greater role in helping to address the detrimental effects of bullying. Please could you answer the questions below.